Hong Kong’s former chief secretary David Akers

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Today we continue our series on veteran Hongkongers whose personal histories are interwoven with that of the city since the second world war.

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In this Lessons From The past report, Gary Cheung features former chief secretary David Akers-Jones, who spearheaded the development of new towns in the New Territories in the 1960s and 70s. He points out that today housin g is the main source of unhappiness, as was observed by former governor Murray MacLehose in the 1970s.

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When he retired from the Hong Kong government in 1987, David Akers-Jones and his wife chose to stay in Hong Kong because they scarcely knew anywhere else. Had they retired to his hometown in England, they would have been strangers in their own land.


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